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1. Criterion Sunday School Class Criterion Sunday School Class 1952-11-02 Exterior group pose, believed to be the Criterion Sunday School class at Linwood Methodist Church located at Olive and Linwood Boulevard. Individuals not identified.

2. Linwood Methodist Church Linwood Methodist Church Photos and information on the Linwood Methodist Church at Olive and Linwood Boulevards in Kansas City, including church programs.

3. Linwood United Offers Opportunities to The 'Hood' Linwood United Offers Opportunities to The 'Hood' Spring 2000 Linwood United Church was formed in 1975 by a merger of Southeast Presbyterian, Linwood Presbyterian and Linwood United Methodist Churches. The building, at 3151 Olive Street, was built in 1919 and currently...

4. Minister, Stidger, William L. Minister, Stidger, William L. ca1925 Portrait identified as Dr. William L. Stidger, pastor of the Linwood Boulevard Methodist Episcopal Church. Known to have had association with author Sinclair Lewis.

5. Q.: Isn't There a Small Cemetery along 95th Street and Mission Road? Q.: Isn't There a Small Cemetery along 95th Street and Mission Road? November/19/1995 Article about the history and facilities of the Linwood Pioneer Cemetery at 95th and Mission Roads in Johnson County, Kansas, established about 1873 "by the Linwood Methodist church."

6. The Terrible Mr. Lewis in Kansas City The Terrible Mr. Lewis in Kansas City April/May 1973 Article discusses author Sinclair Lewis, and the controversy surrounding the two months he spent in Kansas City in 1926 researching and interviewing local preachers for his upcoming novel Elmer Gantry...